crsniThe next evolution in CRS Mobile Screening Plant combines our award winning
flip flow screening technology and conventional scalping screen to produce a
single machine that does the work of two.

This single machine can perform the processing and separation tasks that
previously would have required two separate machines. The CRS-038-MOBILE
FINES results in substantial savings for the customer in terms of capital outlay,
running and service costs. It also requires a minimal footprint for operation
making it suitable for the typical confined sites in towns and cities.

Mobile Fines Screen – Features & Benefits

  • Efficient drive system coupled with unique screen deck design
    ensuring maximum agitation
  • High screening efficiency
  • 4 Splits plus metals
  • Magnetic head drum on mid fraction material for metals
  • Fully adjustable belt and screen speeds coupled
  • 14No Vulkalon screen mats. Clip fasteners for easy
  • 1.5m screen width x 4.7m screen length
  • Easily manoeuvred from site to site with quick set up time
  • Eliminate screen binding, plugging and blockages
  • Ability to handle a diverse range of materials
  • Minimal Footprint suitable for confined sites
  • Combination of scalping screen & flip flow removes the need
    for 2 machines
  • Top screen deck can be a 3D screening type, finger bar type or
    conventional punch plate depending on screening material.
  • Air Separation unit separates the light and heavy fractions.
  • Suction fan on Mid fraction stockpiling conveyor to remove any
    light particles.
  • Power pack to run tracks, Screenbox and folding operations on

Mobile Fines Screen – Options

  • Can be run on mains power or diesel generator
  • Generator
    • FPT IVECO 107kW
    • 4-Stroke Diesel
    • Liquid Cooled
    • Typical Elec. Output Prime 107kW Prime
    • Typical Elec. Output Stand-by 118 kW Standby
    • Electrical Frequency : 50Hz/1500rpm
The CRS Mobile Fines machine is very versatile & produces high tonnage.
Anthony Leach, Smiths of Gloucester
Mobile Fines Plant
Mobile Tracked Screen from CRS